FAQ

Do you accept insurance?

A majority of our therapists are not in-network with any insurance plans.* However, most health insurance plans offer at least partial reimbursement for psychotherapy services (most insurance companies reimburse at the rate of 60-100%). Clients are responsible for the full fee of the session at the time of their appointment and can later submit to their insurance plan for reimbursement.

You will be provided with an invoice that contains all the information you need to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.

*One of our clinicians accepts Aetna, Oxford, United Healthcare, and Oscar insurance plans. Please contact us to find out more.

What is the session rate?
  • Standard 45-minute sessions: $250
  • Extended 60-minute psychotherapy sessions (e.g., EMDR and Couples/Family): $275
What forms of payment can I use to pay for my session?
We accept all major credit cards. We also accept Zelle, Venmo, and Paypal, although you must also have a credit card on file.
How many sessions will I need?
There is not one concrete answer to this question. The number of sessions required usually depends on the nature of the problem, the type of therapy used, and the pace of progress.
How long do sessions last, and how frequent are the sessions?
Individual therapy sessions last 45 minutes, while couples/family sessions and EMDR sessions last 60 minutes. The frequency of sessions depends on the nature of the issue.
What should I expect from my first appointment?
Typically, your first appointment is a consultation session that will give your therapist the opportunity to get familiar with the issue that brings you to therapy. During this visit, your therapist will also answer and clarify any questions you might have about the therapy process and the logistics involved. We want you to go into this feeling informed and comfortable.
What if I feel uncomfortable sharing private information?
This is a common feeling when people enter therapy. We would like you to know that we offer a safe, confidential, non-judgmental, and accepting environment. While some people feel comfortable sharing intimate issues during their first session, others need time to build confidence and trust. Generally, the topics that make people uncomfortable contribute to their challenges. That’s why we encourage you to share this information to help your therapist understand the situation. However, you have the freedom to go at your own pace, and that’s ok!
What kind of therapy do you practice?
At Mind Wellness Practice, we look at you as a whole person and customize our approach based on what you want to get out of therapy. Our approach is trauma-informed and involves dynamic exploration of the challenges you face. Every clinician in our practice is an expert with unique specialties. Among these specialties are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Relational Therapy, Mindfulness, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems, and Gottman’s Couples Therapy.
What is EMDR?
EMDR is a proven technique designed to resolve unprocessed traumatic memories in the brain. You’ll talk about memories while being guided through a series of repetitive eye movements. This approach helps you process your memories with less stress and pain, so you can change how you think of yourself in relation to the memories.
What is the Gottman Method of couples therapy?

According to Gottman.com, “The Gottman Method is an approach to couples therapy that includes a thorough assessment of the couple’s relationship and integrates research-based interventions based on the Sound Relationship House Theory. The goals of Gottman Method Couples Therapy are to disarm conflicting verbal communication; increase intimacy, respect, and affection; remove barriers that create a feeling of stagnancy; and create a heightened sense of empathy and understanding within the context of the relationship.”